Carlos Fentanes: Your last mosaic was a surprise. At the beginning I didn’t understand what was all about because none of the pieces make sense until you see them together.
I don’t have in my feed such things as mosaics, you need a lot of planning to do that. Is it worked?
The gallery didn’t answer.
Have you seen those Instagram pages where everything is well curated and every image is there with a very specific purpose in the whole. They even make mosaics to create bigger pictures of their art? So neat and clean. Well, my Instagram page is not one of these. I use my Instagram to inform my audience about what I’m doing, not to make puzzles but there are some galleries and some artists that explode this mosaics. But, why a gallery that takes its time to create this fabulous pages doesn’t have time to answer its messages? It’s totally contradictory, a double message: I care about the design of my page but I don’t care about my audience. what? why? That’s not my gallery.
There’s another problem: they don’t have a webpage, if they don’t have a webpage I can tell you that they’re not serious about their business. Definitely not my gallery. And because they don’t have a webpage they don’t have info about submissions.
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